Hotel Inter-Burgo Daegu Main Bldg.
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On route from Seoul to the little island Jeju at the bottom of the Korean Peninsula we made a few stop offs. To get there we took a bus, they are notoriously good in S.Korea, reclining seats, foot rests and only 3 seat per isle vs. the standard 4. Although the journey takes much longer than the good old bullet trains (4hrs vs. 1hr) they are much cheaper. First stop on Saturday was Gyeongju. This was the stomping ground of the Shilla clan back in 57BC right up ...
... for dinner and found the most amazing restaurant. We have no idea what it was called or what we ordered and we just pointed at the pictures and hoped for the best, but it quickly became our favourite Korean restaurant. The only problem was that there were so many dishes on the tray that we actually had to google how to eat it. It turns out that we had ordered Bibimbap which is a hot pot of vegetable and or meat which you stir your rice into ...
... I was befriended by another templestay guest who was also travelling on his own; a Korean guy by the name of Gwan Woo. It was strange actually - he came up to me specifically and told me that he wanted to spend some time talking to me, and to be honest I was a little put off by the approach. However as we were staying at the same lodge after dinner we ended up hanging out just outside out lodge in the one part of ...
... an alleyway where two older Korean men sat. Next to them they sold a wall of objects: stereos, paintings, bracelets, and books, some of them broken, many of them worn, and all of them interesting enough to browse through. It took almost 30 minutes just to glance through the lower tiers of cameras lost to history, and that was just scratching the surface of what this place had ...
... than a child who is susceptible to caffeine highs?
Our kindergartners were allowed to dress up in their costumes, and we took them Trick-or-Treating. Now, this is to say that each class visited a few homes of their classmates. And this was by far the most spectacular sight I have seen on Halloween. That is not to say that I haven't seen houses decorated for the occasion. But these moms REALLY love to ...